Welcome to our Weekend Favorites from the Spring/Summer Craft Blog Hop. We’re happy to highlight some wonderfully creative projects each weekend. The final round of the hop opened this week and lots of great ideas have been shared. We hope you’ll visit each of these blogs and let them know you’re . . .
Archives for May 2015
Welcome to week number seventeen in our One Good Thing Series. Each Friday, we will be choosing one good thing from the week prior to highlight. While lots of good things can be found throughout the week, this is a place to spotlight one in particular. It might be something as simple as a great . . .
Sometimes, a basic recipe can be one of the best. That's just what the pasta shell salad is. Made with four ingredients, it easy and tasty. It is not one that I'd put on any healthy salads list, but I would include it on a great summer salad list. . . .
This year, I wanted something a little different for my front door to show off patriotic colors for the 4th of July. I decided to create a rustic one using burlap that can be used for any patriotic holiday. I like the Americana look this burlap has. . . .
Welcome to the last installment of the four-part spring craft blog hop challenge for 2015! This hop will run from May 26th - June 20th. We're challenging you to create a craft project that reflects a general spring or summer theme, Father's Day, or Fourth of July. Please join us in this challenge . . .
This is a fun idea for the sports loving dad. It was easy to put together, very inexpensive and children could help make them, making Bookends for Dad a great gift idea for Father's Day. I used baseballs, but it could easily be switched up for any sport. I made this using the colors . . .
We are excited to be a part of the May Centsational Salvage Challenge brought to us by Erica from On Bliss Street, Jason from East Coast Upcyclers, and Timisha from Toolbox Divas. This is such a great challenge. DIYers are challenged to spend no more than $15.00 and to shop at Habitat for . . .
From North of the Boulevard~ Memorial Day is a solemn day of remembrance. It is a time of reflection, of reverence and respect. It is a day recognized by many Americans as a time to give gratitude for the lives that were lost while in service to our country. It is a day to honor the sacrifice . . .
Welcome to week number sixteen in our One Good Thing Series. Each Friday, we will be choosing one good thing from the week prior to highlight. While lots of good things can be found throughout the week, this is a place to spotlight one in particular. It might be something as simple as a . . .
Charleston Room Makeover On a Budget Series My latest thrift store find makeover is this cute, little curio shelf. When I saw it, I knew that it could be a perfect display shelf for a few pieces of my milk glass collection. Priced at $2.00, it was just right. . . .